Why did you choose that primary school?

One of the primary schools we’ve looked at for our boy sent him a Christmas card and present, a book. To paraphrase Tom Jones wrongly, is this usual? Did you get any sweeteners from perspective schools and did it sway your decision? Feel free to let me know via the comments or @anunknowncomic Thanks
Ps we did put the school down but it had nothing to do with the gift, honest!

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Marrying outside your circle.

One of the more interesting things about Prince Harry’s situation is that he’s quite clearly married outside of his social circle and now views certain things differently than he may have done in the past. I was wondering has this happened to you? Perhaps it’s not has pronounced as Harry & Meghan but maybe you’re a butcher and you married into a family of vegans. Feel free to let me now your situation and how it turned out either via the comments button or @anunknowncomic Thanks.

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Chores & childcare.

My boy likes to hoover so I’ve incorporated it into the long afternoons when I’m looking after him. I don’t know if domestic chores is on any early years curriculum or if it has developmental benefits but the flat is cleaner. Feel free to let me know what everyday things you’ve been able to convince your children are fun. Contact me via the comments buttton or @anunknowncomic Cheers.

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Time goes quickly when you’re having fun.

This is what I’ve been doing for the last 8 and a bit years. Should you be an organisation in and around SE London that requires someone with my skillset/experience then feel free to contact me via the comments button or @anunknowncomic Thanks.

Julian has worked in the SEND (Special Educational Needs & Disability) department of this mainstream inner-city London school since 2011. He works 1-1 or with a group of designated pupils with conditions such as, autism and ADHD in order to allow these pupils to access the full curriculum. In his time at the school he has worked with children from Year 7, helping them successfully transition from primary to secondary school to supporting Year 11s completing their GCSEs. Julian currently works with children based in the 6th Form.

  • He assesses the pupils’ development, focussing on their strengths and devising strategies to aid improvement.
  • Utilises resources and strategies to aid understanding.
  • Liaises with teaching staff, parents and outside agencies.
  • Working alongside Speech & Language practitioners, Julian runs sessions in order to enhance pupils’ communication skills and their ability to empathise, in order to inprove their social interaction with peers.
  • Promotes life skills such as building confidence and improving organisation
  • Julian has a working knowledge of EHC Plans and interviews pupils to ensure their voice is represented on the form. He also helps students wishing to do work experience fill in vocational profiles.

Should you have a spare 32 mins then check out my comedy prongcast. Cheers